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Chubb makes series of key EMEA appointments

29th June 2021 - Author: Charlie Wood

Global insurer Chubb has announced a series of senior leadership appointments in the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region.

ChubbSara Mitchell is appointed Division President of Continental Europe, Middle East and North Africa.

She will be responsible for Chubb’s property and casualty, accident and health and consumer lines operations across 26 countries in Continental Europe, Middle East and North Africa.

Mark Roberts is appointed Division President for the United Kingdom, Ireland and South Africa and succeeds Mitchell.

He will be responsible for Chubb’s property and casualty, accident and health and consumer lines operations across the United Kingdom, Ireland and South Africa.

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Robert Wilson is appointed Chief Underwriting Officer for Chubb Global Markets and Active Underwriter of Chubb’s Lloyd’s Syndicate 2488.

Wilson will be responsible for all underwriting activity in Chubb Global Markets and Syndicate 2488.
They all report to David Furby, Regional President, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

In addition to his current responsibilities, Furby is assuming the role of President of Chubb Global Markets.

“I’m truly excited to have Sara, Mark and Robert on the leadership team in the EMEA region,” Furby said. They all have a proven track record and will with their solid leadership experience bring the best of Chubb to our clients and brokers across the region.”

Juan Luis Ortega, Executive Vice President, Chubb Group and President of Overseas General Insurance, said: “With their decades of industry experience and accomplishment, and under the overall leadership of David Furby, these three executives – Sara, Mark and Robert – represent an exceptionally strong and talented team leading our region in Europe, Middle East and Africa.

“We are delighted to make these senior appointments, which further demonstrate the significant bench strength of talent within Chubb.”

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